For our Alumni Q&A series, Summer Grubaugh BFA ’16 talks about her new role as SDA’s Alumni Relations Manager, staying connected after graduation and what makes the Trojan Family so special.
The Liberation Arts Company uses Theatre of the Oppressed techniques to train people how to handle tough situations. This year they performed for incoming students at the Welcome Trojans Experience.
For nearly three decades, SDA, the USC Good Neighbors Campaign and 24th STreet Theatre have teamed up to make a difference in South LA.
For our Alumni Q&A series, Manuel Prieto BFA ’12 talks about arts administration, his new role at Boston Court Pasadena and why aspiring artists should see 52 plays a year.
For more than fifty years, SDA alumna Deirdre Andrews has been spreading the love of theatre through the La Jolla Young Actors Workshop.
Three recent SDA alumni forged a bond after discovering they had all worked as stage managers on Broadway’s critically acclaimed revival of Into the Woods.
TITLE IX: For SDA alumna Tracy Tutor of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles fame, the landmark legislation can inspire independence and combat entrenched forms of discrimination.
For our Alumni Q&A series, Pranav Shah BFA ’05 talks about a magical USC summer in Prague, the importance of keeping in touch with your Trojan Family, and receiving the APAA Service Award.
For our Alumni Q&A series, Jennifer Westin ’00 talks about her journey to Hollywood’s top studios, The Vagina Monologues, and why young actors should learn the business side of the industry.
Highlights on the School’s thriving internship program.